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    Default 2013 Spyder ST

    What is the best way to effectively improve air flow on 2013 ish ST Model

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    Airflow around/thru the tupperware?? Or airflow into the engine?

    The tupperware benefits from a 2014 panel upgrade, quite a few had that done to reduce the under-tupperware heat; while the airflow intothe engine can be improved by putting a few holes of about 2-2.5" dia into the air intake cover & getting an ECU upgrade. Or you could remove all the black placcy intake trunking & filter etc & fitting one of JT's CNC air filter kit intakes, but I don't know if they are still being sold/marketed?!
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    Default 2013 STS Engine Airflow

    I have a 2013 STS that is being reassembled (in my garage) as we speak.
    I removed all of the Aircleaner Air Box and the Resonator. this action created a huge amount of free flow airspace.
    Replaced the Sparkplugs and Wires and performed a Canisterectomy.
    Then installed a JT Air Cleaner. It takes a bit of trimming on the plastic bits above the airfilter to get everything to fit.
    Yes, JT still has the Air Cleaner assembly for sale,
    I also drilled several 3" holes in the belly pans and had the 2014 side panels installed.
    Air flow in now incredible and heat is significantly reduced.
    Sorry no pictures until I get back in town on Tuesday.
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    Here you can have a look to the newer tupperware from 2014-models with extra air flow

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    Looks Great, where did you get the 2014 tupperware? not free I'm guessing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmercer View Post
    Looks Great, where did you get the 2014 tupperware? not free I'm guessing..
    there was a good will upgrade that may still be in effect just hard to find parts or dealer that knows what to ask for. FYI mine @54k mike with the stock tupperware & only heat issue I had was a warrantied hose clamp on thermostat.

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    Talk to your local CanAm dealer. Side panels for the 2013 ST are a goodwill offering from CanAm
    The side panels can be ordered and installed by the dealer at no cost to you.

    https://www.spyderlovers.com/forums/...ls#post1146306

    See post #391 kit and for part numbers.
    David C
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    Baja Ron Sway Bar and Links, Elka Shocks
    DIY fog lights, DIY GPS mount, OEM Heated Grips, Garage door opener
    Sport rack, MC Dave Gel seat pad, OEM Saddle bags with DIY LED lights. DIY tail bag. Trailer hitch.
    Bump Skid, USB port, Battery tender cable, Freeway Blaster horn, ******* Wide view mirrors


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haze View Post
    Talk to your local CanAm dealer. Side panels for the 2013 ST are a goodwill offering from CanAm
    The side panels can be ordered and installed by the dealer at no cost to you.

    https://www.spyderlovers.com/forums/...ls#post1146306

    See post #391 kit and for part numbers.
    FYI link is 404 not found

    2013 STL SE5 BLACK CURRANT
    SpyderPop's: LED bumpskid
    SmoothSpyder: dualmode back rest
    T r * * LED:foam grip covers, Tricrings, FenderZ &brake light strips,
    wide vue mirrors
    Lid lox
    sawblade mowhalk fender accents
    minispyder dash toy
    Pakitrack
    FLO (Frunk Lid Organizer)
    BRP trailer hitch & 622 trailer (with its own list: Spyderpops Lighted Rear Bumpskid, LineX protection on sides, led trim lighting amber front& red rear, stand& tongue handle)THX Cruzr Joe!
    (pics in album)

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    Might be good will in. uSA but not in their home country of origin. Poor engineering on BRP part on ST-S, yet the RT got the kit in Canada.

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